Have you ever wanted a powerful coffee table for your man cave? Just have a look at this stunning fire-emitting coffee table. Created by Alaris Invent, the company started by automotive artist John Cobb, this coffee table is made using the V10 engine from a 2002 Dodge Viper.
This is an ideal 10-cylinder furniture piece for any condo or apartment. To make this table produce flames like a fireplace, the artist has integrated each cylinder with its own igniter and burner that run on a propane gas pedal. And, there is a single key placed at one end of this table for control.
This new Viper coffee table boasts beautiful contrasting shades of black and silver. The connecting rods and pistons serve as the table legs and support for the tabletop. To ensure that it withstands the elements, the table has been closely monitored during the design and testing phases.
In the images and the video (below), you can see the table is paired with racing seats along with a central console. Keeping with the theme of racing, the seats are also mounted on custom platforms that can recline to 180-degrees.
Cobb took around five months to complete this coffee table. Initially, he thought he was investing too much time and money in this furniture piece without any committed buyers, but later he became quite confident about his creation.
Overall, this table is something that you can enjoy both indoors and outdoors. It also includes a set of detachable rollers that enable the rig to move easily from one place to another.
However, you need complete exhaust ventilation for indoor operation. Besides being a table that warms up people sitting around it, this furniture unit is a great conversational piece for both car enthusiasts or otherwise.